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Okay, so first: Light can be [is] broken down into a spectrum ranging from shortwave lengths to long wave-lenghs. Visible light (the part of the spectrum we humans can see) contains the colours which are all around us. An objects colour directly relates to which wavelength(s) of light it reflects. White cars are best at refracting light as it reflects ...


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Driving through standing water takes a lot of energy and wants to slow the car down, so to maintain same speed as on a dry surface, you require more fuel, i.e. your mpg will drop. I have instant reading mpg on my BMW 335D and have noticed what would other wise be 30mpg on dry surface can drop to 25 or loess on wet surface. I'm talk surfaces with pooling ...


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In theory, no - nothing detectable, that is. As Olin said, there would be some more wind resistance with a longer line, but this wouldn't be a huge factor. The change in potential energy would be the same for both harnesses, because the change in height for both would be the same. Since the kinetic energy of the rider is originally from the original ...


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Use a large and thick copper spoon. Put the spoon in the coffee for 3 seconds. Remove it and insert the spoon in your mouth. (beware it will be hot) Use the tongue and palate to cool spoon pushing hard. When the spoon is close to the temperature of your mouth (feels tepid) remove it and reinsert the spoon in the coffee by another 3 secondos plus 0.5 ...



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